Oh well...I'm not really happy with this title but it's better than "No Title..." (last week's recap post). I am thinking of joining the masses and starting the "Stacking the Shelves" meme but as of right now that'd be just too many memes on my blog - I think I'd get lost eventually :)
So...what can I talk about this week? Mhm...maybe summer? Because for me school is finally over next Friday. Which you guys probably all know by now because I mention it pretty much all the time (online and offline and in my sleep...).
I have not been very specific about my plans for summer, though, so I thought I could tell you a bit about that. Like...mostly my reading plans for the summer. I don't think I'm going anywhere this year so I guess I'm going to have a lot of time to read and also to work on my blog. I'd like to try some things to make it more original - basically I hope that I can replace some of the memes I'm currently participating in with my own personal features and I do have some ideas for those.
When it comes to the frequency of my posts I'm doing pretty well right now - I think I even posted every day this past week. I have one question about that, though - would you guys like to have a post every day or do you think that is too much? Because I feel like some people post even more than once a day while others have like 3 or 4 posts up throughout the whole week.
I don't really like it when people post more than once a day simply because there are so many awesome bloggers out there and I want to read everything and then I get lost and spend hours in front of my computer screen.
Anyway, back to my summer. Reading - wise I have a LOT of options to choose from because I can't. stop. buying. books. It's especially bad with used books that are soooo cheap :)
Next week starts a Readathon I'm taking part in and I think I'm going to try to read lots of review books during that time so that I have some time later in the month to read Wintergirls and Born Wicked - both of these are books I can't wait to start reading! My Summer Reading Review Special will continue in July and it's going to be themed this month - even more themed than just the "summer" theme, I mean.
Wow...this is an awful lot to write, to type, to think about. So, I hope you got an overview over where this blog is going in the weeks ahead and wish you all a wonderful summer :)
Now to the books I got this week.
Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi
Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver
Twenty Boy Summer by Sarah Ockler
Miles To Go by Miley Cyrus
Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo
The Princesses of Iowa by M. Molly Backes (I actually won this one in a giveaway hosted by Hannah over at In the Best Worlds - thanks so much!!!)
Chrysalis Chronicles - The Eyes of the Desert Sand by Edwin Wolfe